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The residential security market is growing fast. Defenders, a local family run company specializing in home security and smart home technology, is growing faster. Fueled by a plethora of new digital and wireless technology, the home security industry is growing 5 percent to 10 percent each year, according to multiple sources. Defenders, which was founded by husband and wife Dave and Jessica Lindsey in 1998, has grown at a 20 percent annual rate the past two years, with revenue projected to exceed $600 million this year. And with security systems in only 22 percent of U. S.

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”Abode provides one of the most robust displays of third party integrations in this lineup. The company offers a decent amount of its own proprietary devices, but you’re certainly not limited to Abode specific products alone. An Abode system can communicate with a slew of Z Wave and Zigbee compatible smart lights and locks, light switches and dimmers, Nest products, IFTTT commands, and, of course, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Put simply: If you want the freedom to lock/unlock your door or turn on/off the lights all in one place from the Abode app, this system is definitely worth a look. Installing the Ring Alarm took less than twenty minutes and was a complete breeze. We didn’t encounter any issues with device connectivity or placement, because, frankly, Ring tells you exactly where to install everything and how to do it on the app.

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• Includes a panic button which activates the alarm in case of emergency. • Can differentiate animals. Its motion detectors know if it is your pet that is creating movement within the secured premises so it does not set off the alarm. • It is affordable. The whole kit comes at a whopping price of less than two hundred dollars. • Shipping weight is five pounds and it can be shipped to different parts of the country.

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